In Plain Sight (2008–2012)
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Mary is placed on administrative leave pending the investigation of the FBI's raid on her house at the conclusion of the previous season. (The FBI unsuccessfully searched Mary's house for ... See full summary »

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Jinx Shannon
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Eleanor Prince
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Odean Atkins
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Mary is placed on administrative leave pending the investigation of the FBI's raid on her house at the conclusion of the previous season. (The FBI unsuccessfully searched Mary's house for the drugs that her sister Brandi was holding for Brandi's boyfriend, Chuck.) While on leave, Mary's cases are given to Marshall, but Mary is allowed to work unofficially -- as Marshall's deputy -- when one of Mary's witnesses, who had been taken into the program 17 years earlier, dies under mysterious circumstances. Written by aldanoli

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Goofs

When EMTs bring the Adams girl into the ED, the doctor examining her has no gloves on in one scene, then has one glove on in the next scene, then when he tells the other members of the Adams family and Mary to wait outside, he suddenly has both gloves on. See more »

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Marshall Mann: [Mary storms out of the office after being yelled at by Stan, Marshall stands up and starts running after Mary, Eleanor and Stan are still in the office - Marshall to Stan] Have you lost your mind?
[huffing at Stan's behavior]
Stan McQueen: Get back here Inspector
[meaning Marshall]
Stan McQueen: , you have work to do!
[Marshall keeps going in his effort to catch Mary]
Marshall Mann: [Outside of the WITSEC office now, Marshall is directly behind Mary who is crying] Hey don't let that get to 'ya, that was just Stan saving face in front of the...
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Down to the River to Pray
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Traditional
Performed by Alison Krauss
(When Brandi goes to the morgue to see Chuck's body)
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20 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

In Plain Sight is now common among the new cable and even network. They have shortened their season from the usual 22 to 13 episodes. The down side is the longer the wait makes you want to look elsewhere. Mary Shannon and her partner, Marshall, are back in tow. They work well as a team. If Mary Shannon didn't look attractive, would the men tolerate her as much? Probably not, she's tough and you have to be working in a man's world with men mostly. At home, she is really the masculine authority in her household with her mother, Jinx, played well by Lesley Ann Warren and her troublesome sister, Brandi. No wonder, she prefers her job that allows her to get away with such impossible behavior. Now if I had acted that way, I would be fired immediately but I don't. As a woman, I have to conform and worry that inappropriate behavior won't get me fired especially now. I see Mary McCormack's face everywhere from the train to New York City, the posters on the wall, and the New York Times. I like Mary McCormack and always have. I wish her well in her success and know that it won't go to her head. Despite that she plays a tough talking government agent, she remains feminine in nature with her emotions. She had a tough season last year at home and at work. I'm not one for cop shows anymore. There too many of them and they are all beginning to look alike after awhile. In Plain Sight is a little different because of Mary's tough character who shows she's boss. That's every woman's fantasy in a way in a men's world. She doesn't take being mistreated. For women, it's an hour to escape and allow ourselves to live vicariously through her.


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